How long is a Raindrop session?
A normal session lasts for about an hour and a half, depending on the personal needs of the client.
How often can I have a session?
You can have as many sessions as you like. I usually recommend that people have 1-2 per month for health maintenance, and 1-2 per week to facilitate the body to heal itself if you are dealing with health issues.
How should I prepare myself for a session?
It's best to shower before the session, so that you can leave the oils on your body as long as possible afterwards. Drink plenty of pure water on the day of the session. Eat lightly.
How should I expect to feel after my session?
People commonly feel deeply relaxed, emotionally balanced, and/or revitalized and rejuvenated. This depends on what your body needs as the oils only balance the body.
What should I wear when I have a session?
We ask you to undress down to your underwear but if you prefer, you can wear a loose fitting or stretchy pant and keep them on. We also ask that you remove any jewellery, the only exception is rings that you never take off.
Will the oils leave my body feeling greasy?
No, these are pure essential oils and are not produced the same way that synthetic oils are produced. You will find the oils absorb into the skin so quickly, by the time the session is over you will not be able to tell we put any oils on you. Even the V6 oil we use to dilute the other oils will be absorbed very quickly.
Are Young Living Oils Organic?
Personally, I am thrilled I was privileged to attend convention, tour the warehouse, see the farm. Hear, see, touch, the real deal.
When visiting the warehouse, we saw the holding area for all the oils including those that are grown on the farm. They are tested and analyzed with lab machines before bottling. They are tested for healing plant constituents, chemicals and all toxicity, etc.
The plants and purity are rigorously tested. When you see for yourself the operations of the farm, labs, warehouse, and hear the extensive studies with Gary Young, Marc Schrueder, Cole Wooley, it removes all doubt. That is the advantage of seeing for yourself, looking into their eyes, face, body language, photos, passion, love, compassion..etc. It is the real deal.
It is amazing to go and hear, see. Then you can be passionate, about Young Living's beyond organic. Each barrel is tested! Amazing.
The land is tested, the air is tested, the water source is tested. Young Living farms are amazing.
Organic packaging is a start in the "green" world, however, it is not always what we think it is. I trust YL quality, as it is one of the forerunners in pure technology.
Gary told us of his personal therapy, spinning oils with plasma to
inject oils into his spine. "Don't try this at home" he remarked. He is ahead of all the steroid gobbley gook they inject into people's spines these days. He uses it on himself first! Now what Doctor do you know that does that?
That is my personal take on Young Living Organic status question.
I went to Dr. Stewart's class on Seed to Seal. He said Gary doesn't use the term organic because it doesn't define the oils properly. He used the example that gasoline is organic. Also, he said that foods labeled organic can come from plants that themselves were not sprayed with pesticide but something may have been put on the ground. He prefers the term 'wildcrafted' meaning that everything about the source of the oils is free from all pollutants whether it be from the air or underground water source. Gary is very thorough to check out not only the land the plants are growing on but does a thorough research on the surrounding land and environment. This purity makes the plants wildcrafted instead of organic.